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AT&T Remains in DiversityInc’s Prestigious Hall of Fame and Places on Seven DiversityInc 2021 Specialty Lists
(Black PR Wire) After being inducted into the DiversityInc Hall of Fame in 2020, AT&T was once again recognized as a company that remains committed to ensuring its workplace is inclusive with a wide diversity of backgrounds and perspectives during the 2021 DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity event on Thursday, May 6. During the 20th anniversary event, AT&T was honored for its efforts to advance diversity, equity and inclusion with placements on these Specialty Lists:
- Top Companies for Executive Diversity Councils: #3
- Top Companies for Supplier Diversity: #4
- Top Companies for Mentoring: #4
- Top Companies for Employee Resource Groups: #6
- Top Companies for LGBTQ Employees: #10
- Top Companies for Black Executives: #14 – new Specialty List
- Top Companies for Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) – not ranked
“At AT&T, we recognize we are people first, and if we all commit to listening, understanding and taking action to stand for equality, we will be one step closer to building a truly inclusive environment inside and outside the workplace. I want to thank our employees for living these values and making this recognition possible,” says Corey Anthony, SVP Chief Diversity & Development Officer, AT&T.
Prior to joining the DiversityInc Hall of Fame in 2020, AT&T has ranked in the Top 10 on DiversityInc’s Top 50 Companies for Diversity list for the last seven years. The DiversityInc Top 50 is the leading assessment of diversity management in corporate America. Rankings are based on an empirical analysis of the performance of more than 1800 participating companies in six areas: human capital diversity metrics, leadership accountability, talent programs, workplace practices, supplier diversity & philanthropy.